Stopping at the Hayward visitors center to pick up a key and enjoy the Barn and Cliff Swallows collecting mud, we’ll make our way to the gate to the Hayward freshwater marsh just beyond. We’ve been coming here for about 10 years now, and we always see something special. We hope we see Least Terns and Black Skimmers on the sandy islands, and one or two (one year THREE) species of Phalaropes on their way to their breeding grounds! Some rarities may fly by—Black Scoter or Laughing Gull perhaps? Join us on a very pleasant spring walk via Zoom to a special place, full of birds!
Bob Lewis is a long-time Bay Area birder, photographer, and birding instructor, and a new-time Zoomologist, giving bird-related talks to senior homes, Audubon groups, libraries and Photo clubs.
This event will take place online via Zoom and last approximately 60-75 minutes. Registrants will be sent a link and password to access the Zoom. The session will be recorded, and registrants will have access to the recording on the web for two weeks after the event, regardless of whether they attend the live presentation.
Registration will close at 5 p.m. on April 10th.
Registrants: If you didn’t receive or misplace the Zoom link, email email@example.com or call Ilana at (510) 301-5573.